Rangers International FC of Enugu on Sunday at the Nnamdi Azikiwe Stadium, trashed visiting Kano Pillars FC of Kano 3-1 in one of their outstanding match after their Confederation Cup exit.
The four goals were scored in the first half, but Rangers first goal was through a penalty. Chukwuma Agbo, the interim coach of Rangers, said that the players deserved the victory, after intensified training for one week.
“We are back to the Nigeria Professional Football League (NPFL), and we are going to do our best.
“I hope that we are going to get victories in our away matches and win all our outstanding home matches to get back to where we belong,’’ he said. Kano Pillars Assistant coach, Ibrahim Musa, said that the two clubs gave good account of themselves.
“Rangers are a big club likewise Kano Pillars and this is football, sometimes you win, sometimes you lose and sometimes you draw.’’
Musa praised the officiating officers for job well done, saying that he sees no fault in their officiating.